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Text Box: FORMER 219TH AVIATION COMMANDING OFFICER ARLIE DEATON PASSES AWAY NOVEMBER 19, 2011 (Click Here to Read More)
A THANK YOU FROM A MARINE IN IRAQ TO ALL VIETNAM VETERANS.This came to us by email for all Vietnam Vets. It eloquently states what many Vietnam Veterans needed to hear. On behalf of all Headhunters and our fellow Vietnam Vets - Thank you! (Read Letter)
NEW - "The Bird Dog's Tale" by Bobby Jack Woolley. This is a great book that details the O-1 Birdr Dog's history between the year 1962-1972. Bobby Woolley flew in the Bird Dog as an artillery observer in 1965-66 on his first Vietnam tour then returned to Vietnam in 1967 to fly the )-1 with the 199th Aviation Company Swamp Foxes. Then he flew as an O-1 instructor pilot at Ft. Rucker. His book should be part of everyone's library for reading about this great airplane. Read more here
NEW - The Vietnam War - perhaps the Internet's biggest collection of facts about Vietnam and the War.
SHARE YOUR 219TH HEADHUNTER STORIES - If you have a personal story you would like share about your time with the 219th Aviation Company in Vietnam, you can now add it to the website. Here are the steps to follow - send an email to Bob Brewster bob@219headhunters.com with basic details. Bob will then setup a 219th blog for you where you can add your story. Or, send your story to Bob email and he will create your blog and add your story. You will be given access to add more writings or edit what you have already posted.
Check out existing Blog Headhunter Stories by Clicking on link to the left..
Article About "Cessna at War" appears in Cessna Flyer Magazine August 2006 and highlights Headhunters attending 2005 Daytona Beach Reunion.
2009 Reunion - scheduled to beheld at FT. RUCKER, Alabama October 14-18, 2009.